So it’s getting to that time of year where I hunker down for 24 hours straight and draw a 24 hour comic at Happy Harbor Comics up in Edmonton as part of their 24 Hour Comics Day event.
(Specifically, this Saturday).
And as is usual, the event is run by Happy Harbor as a fundraiser for Literacy Alberta and Boys & Girls Club/Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton, which is where this post comes in.
Today and Thursday (and heck, let’s say next week too), I’m going to be doing some dirt cheap character doodlesketches to further raise funds to donate to the cause – for the measly sum of 5 dollars you can get a colored digital sketch of whatever character you wish, my own or otherwise.
EDIT: Issue now resolved! Wooo!
For once, this isn’t actually my own fault.
WordPress has graciously decided to cease proper functioning re: uploading my image files and sticking them in posts.
Soon as I have this fixed, the latest comic will be live. It’s impatiently awaiting a chance to be uploaded.
It’s been seven years (and several websites) since I first started this thing, today.
Crazy indeed. I would have NEVER thought seven years ago I’d still be doing this then, or that this comic would even REMOTELY be touching on what it is now. Way back, it was nothing but a “I should do a comic with characters based on people involved in the site!” thing.
Whereas now I’ve got more continuity in my head than I can dump out onto a screen with pictures.
Hopefully this year I can streamline some stuff. And try and get some more readers. But then, I said the same damn thing last year, and I’m STILL not at the jumping on point I’d worked out back then.
Maybe I should actually see about posting stuff to tumblr for a change.